Saturday, 7 September 2019

After the euphoria of the sub adult Brown Booby in St Ives bay last week an incredible second bird was found at Kynance Cove in Cornwall this time a first summer bird ,so i made the trip Tuesday afternoon and managed to get some slightly better pics than i did with the first one.

 First summer Brown Booby.
 This was the birds favorite rock at Kynance Cove where it spent long periods preening and resting.
 Although quite distant you can just see the bird .

 These holiday makers were totally unaware of the Booby as it flew straight past them.

 There were plenty of fulmars about along the Cornish coast.
 Wheatear feeding in the heather at Kynance Cove.
I picked up this juvenile Black Tern on Hayle estuary yesterday morning ,a rare sight on the estuary .

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